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Created on: 04/05/12 11:34 AM Views: 1282 Replies: 6
Bread
Posted Thursday, April 5, 2012 at 11:34 AM

What kind of bread can you eat. I like cornbread, but that has milk and eggs

RE: Bread
Posted Thursday, April 5, 2012 at 7:10 PM

I have celiac so bread is tricky. My daughter lives in Angwin, CA and there is a health food store there that sells a vegan millet flour bread. It is really good, and is lightweight which can be a serious issue for gluten-free. I only get it when one of us visits, so needless to say, I have learned to live without bread! Smile

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RE: Bread
Posted Friday, April 6, 2012 at 1:56 AM

Wow, celiac is hard! I find that lots of times, too much gluten, wheat, etc can give me bloating. I've been trying to find good gluten-free vegan cereal...any suggestions? =)

RE: Bread
Posted Friday, April 6, 2012 at 1:57 AM

Wow, celiac is hard! I find that lots of times, too much gluten, wheat, etc can give me bloating. I've been trying to find good gluten-free vegan cereal...any suggestions? =)

RE: Bread
Posted Friday, April 6, 2012 at 10:12 AM

Here is a full list of Gluten free brands/items you can find at Whole Foods:

Whole Foods Market
Gluten-Free Food Shopping List

Whole Foods Market has made every effort to be as accurate as possible, however, we cannot be held responsible for individual reactions to any product nor can we guarantee the absence of cross-contamination. Always read the label and or check with the manufacturer. INGREDIENTS CHANGE. This list is only a guide to assist you in your shopping for products available for your dietary needs. The information provided here is for educational purposes only. In no way should it be considered as medical advice. Please keep in mind this product offering may vary from store to store and that there may be additional products not shown on our list.


WFM Dedicated Gluten-Free
Bakehouse Products –
Found in the frozen case
Almond Scones
Apple Pie
Banana Bread
Blueberry Muffins
Carrot Cake
Cherry Pie
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cinnamon Raisin Bread
Cornbread
Cranberry Orange Scone
Cream Biscuits
Hamburger Buns
Lemon Poppy muffins
Morning Glory Muffins
Nutmeal Raisin Cookies
Pizza Crust
Prairie Bread
Sandwich Bread
Sundried Tomato & Roasted Garlic Bread

WFM Dedicated Gluten-Free
365 Baking Mixes –
Found in the baking isle
All Purpose Baking Mix
Chocolate Brownie Mix
Chocolate Cake Mix
Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
Muffin Mix
Pancake & Waffle Mix
Pizza Crust Mix
White Cake Mix
Additional Gluten-Free product offerings located throughout the store, look for these manufactures:

Amy’s – Extensive vegetarian offering of soups, beans, frozen meals, frozen pizza, pasta sauces
Ancient Harvest – Quinoa, quinoa flakes, flour & pasta
Andean Dream – Rice/quinoa pasta, cookies
Annie’s Naturals – Salad dressings, Ketchup, mustard, Mac n cheese
Annie Chun’s – Rice noodles
Applegate Farms – Assorted sliced lunch meats
Arico – Assorted cookies
Arrowhead Mills – All Purpose baking mix, milled flours, cold & hot breakfast cereals
Barbara’s Bakery – Assorted cereals & chips
Beelers – Sausage links
Bell & Evens – Frozen chicken strips & nuggets
Bionaturae – Pasta
Black Horse – BBQ Sauces
Blue Diamond – Crackers
Bob’s Red Mill – Complete line of GF milled flours, baking mixes, GF oatmeal, hot cereals
Boulder Soup Works – Dedicated GF facility, organic fresh soups located in Prepared Foods
Brown Cow Yogurt – Assorted yogurt
Cascade Fresh Yogurt – Assorted yogurt
Cherrybrook Kitchen – Baking mixes, frostings, cookies
Donna’s Tamales – Assorted fresh tamales
Ener-G – Egg replacement, rice bran, breads
Enjoy Life – Complete line of GF products including - chocolate chips, cookies, snack bars, granola, chocolate bars
Additional Gluten-Free product offerings located throughout the store, look for these manufactures cont.:
EnviroKidz – Assorted cereals, snack bars
Erewhon – Assorted cereals

Food For Life – Breads & rice tortillas
Food Should Taste Good – Assorted chips
Garden of Eatin – Assorted chips
Gluten Free Café – Frozen meals
Glutino – Breads, crackers, pretzels, cookies, frozen meals & pizza
Going Native – Indian entrées
GoRaw – Raw nutrition bars, granola, snack bites
Health Valley – Rice bran gram crackers
Ians – Frozen meals, fish sticks, chicken nuggets, breakfast sandwich, cookies
Imagine Foods – Soups, stocks, milk alternatives
Jennies – Macaroon cookies
Jyoti Natural Foods – Indian sauces, entrées
Kinnikinnick – Assorted breads, hamburger & hot dog buns, cinnamon buns, frozen waffles, donuts
LaraBar – extensive line of protein snack bars
La Tortilla Factory – Teff tortilla wraps
Laughing Giraffe – Raw food cookies, granola
Let’s Do Organic – Ice Cream Cones, sprinkles
Lou’s Famous Sausage – Assorted sausage
Lucy’s – Cookies
Lundberg Farms – Rice cakes, assorted chips, packaged rice, creamy rice cereal, pasta
Lydia’s – Raw food crackers, cereal, bars
Mary’s Gone Crackers – Pretzels, crackers
Michaels Season’s – Assorted chips
Midel – Assorted cookies, Animal cookies
Nature’s Highlights – Rice pizza crust
Nature Ranchers – Beef hotdogs
Nature’s Path – Assorted cereals
Namaste – Complete line of baking mixes
Organicville – Salad dressings, marinades, sauces
Pacific Foods – Soups, stocks, milk alternatives
Pamela’s Products – Extensive line of GF baking mixes, frostings, cookies
Perky’s – Nutty rice cereal
Pirate’s Booty – Assorted snack puffs
Pocono – Buckwheat hot breakfast cereal
Raweo – Raw food cookies
Rustichella d’abruzza – Rice & corn pasta
San J – Soy sauce, marinades & sauces
Sheltons – Frozen turkey sausage
Silk – Soy milk alternative
Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery – Sandwich breads
Spicely – Extensive line of gluten-free herb, spices & flavored extracts
Stonyfield Yogurt – Assorted yogurt flavors
Sun Flour Baking Co. – Cookies
Sunshine Burgers – Frozen veggie burgers
Tasty Bite – extensive offering of Indian, pan- Asian entrées and side dishes
Thai Kitchen – Soups, sauces, noodle & rice bowls
Tinkyada – Assorted styles of rice pastas
Udi’s – Breads, muffins, pizza crust, bagels
Van’s – Frozen waffles, pancakes
Wellshire – Sliced sandwich meats, hotdogs (beef, chicken, turkey) check for GF certification
WholeSoy & Co – Assorted soy yogurt

Gluten-Free Beers –
Greens (Belgium) – Blonde, Amber & Dark Ale
Red Bridge (USA) – Lager
St. Peters (England) – Sorgham Beer

Gluten-Free Vitamin lines –
New Chapter – Adult & Kids multi
Nordic Naturals – Adult & Kids multi
Rainbow Light – Adult & Kids multi
Super Nutrition – Adult & Kids multi
(Ask a whole Body Team Member for more options)

RE: Bread
Posted Friday, April 6, 2012 at 7:52 PM

Wow Bethany - this is AWESOME! thank you for such a fantastic list and great resources. Do you mind I ask, are you gluten intolerant? Do you find this to be a challenge alongside a vegan diet?

Thank you again =)

RE: Bread
Posted Saturday, April 7, 2012 at 12:34 PM

That is an amazing list! Wow!

I have tried a lot of different things over the years. Some are really good, but many are not vegan. Most are expensive.

I save myself and budget by just avoiding them and try to stick as close as possible to a whole foods diet. If I do splurge and "bake" something I have a few favorites.

My budget is so much better since and I feel better now that my starch is a grain and I eat lots of veggies. I use the specialty GF foods as just that, something special.

You asked if going gluten free is hard, it is harder than just vegan, but honestly since I have been cooking macrobiotics for my mom (fighting cancer) gluten-free vegan doesn't seem so hard! Smile I guess it is what you get used to.

Always offer kindness and a soft word to the beings around you; You do not know their journey. Your words can be the hug they need or the shove that breaks them.


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